distributed tests of a patch

Thomas F Herbert therbert at redhat.com
Wed Aug 26 01:02:43 AEST 2015

On 8/25/15 9:06 AM, Thomas Monjalon wrote:
> 2015-08-19 11:33, Damien Lespiau:
>> patchwork know about series first though, otherwise I don't think it
>> makes much sense to test patches in isolation.
> I think it makes sense to test every patches in a series.
> Though I agree we need a simple method to apply previous patches of the series.
> A series id could help.
Yes. +1
I had modified pwclient to sort by date and intended to try to find 
patches in a series if they cross a data boundary but that is 
complicated and a series ID generated at patch submission would make 
everything easier.
> [...]
>>    - Have some git integration where one can pull and apply a whole
>>      series to a tree (as the first step for testing the patches):
>>      $ git pw-am series 2341	# where 2341 is the series id of the
>> 				# patchork instance configured in
>> 				# .git/config
> Seems good. Thanks
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